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    RAM Voltage on an SN45G?

    I can't find it in the BIOS - i know where it's supposed to be(along with agp/cpu voltages) but it isn't there?
    Has anyone else had the same problem?
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    The latest bios gets rid of it as lots of v2 boards died when it was adjusted! It is on the original bios release for the v1. However they did take it away for a reason!
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    Is there any way i can get it back? I have some BH5 memory that really really needs 2.7V
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    Check if yours is a v2 board. If so don't touch the vDimm. If it is not then the early bios may be available from shuttle or some other such place. I have mine on CD somewhere i think.
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    It is a version 2, came with the 250W power supply. Does that mean i'm stuck then?
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    http://forums.sudhian.com/messagevi...VAR_MSGDBTABLE=

    ur stuck if its v2.. sry.. got v2 myself.. there is a vmod guide btw on sudhian.. if u search..
    btw, bh-5 memory likes much juice.. like.. 3.3+v is possible to solder on to pin 7 on the dimm slots..

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    3.3v+ !!!! youre crazy!

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    am putting 3.1 threw my corsair value ram ...... and thats due to the abit mobo overvolting.



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    Yea thats fair enough but not more that 3.3volts???

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